St. Joseph Hall
Built in 1924, St. Joseph Hall houses 35 male upperclassmen. Each of the four floors has private rooms and a large communal bathroom.
Eduard Lugo was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. After graduating from the Franciscan University of Steubenville in 2005 with degrees in Theology, History and Business, he served as the Director of Youth Ministry at a St. Stephen Catholic Church in Tampa, Florida for four years, followed by four years in Denver where he was the Director of Campus Ministry at his alma mater, Bishop Machebeuf High School. Eduard's wife, Sara, is a 2008 graduate of Benedictine College. Eduard and Sara are excited to foster a strong, virtuous community in Turner Hall as they journey with the men in their first year at Benedictine.
John (Joe) Bowen
The kitchen dorm is equipped with a full sized refrigerator/freezer, microwave, and stove. Kitchen appliances are available for the use of all residents. Residents may check out kitchen utensils from hall staff.
Each floor has a communal bathroom.
Eight to 10 men share a bathroom.
One desk chair
Ground floor only.
Laundry & Vending
Laundry facilities on second and third floors. Beverage machine is located in the lounge.
No lofts are allowed
The main lounge is located on first floor and has a TV and lounge seating. The lounge is twenty-four hours for men only; women may not stay past visitation hours.
12'x15'. These rooms are for one person only.
Every door has hard key locks. The building is locked at 11 p.m. and unlocked at 8 a.m. by staff members. All residents carry 2 keys, one for their individual rooms and one for the front door at night.